FatPipe MPVPN vs. OpenVPN Access Server

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
FatPipe MPVPN
Score 10.0 out of 10
N/A
FatPipe MPVPN ffom FatPipe Networks in Salt Lake City aggregates two or more data lines of any type and in any combination to provide security, redundancy, and speed for VPNs. FatPipe MPVPN enables fault tolerance and reliability for VPN using technology to keep mission-critical VPNs up and running.N/A
OpenVPN Access Server
Score 8.6 out of 10
N/A
OpenVPN headquartered in Pleasanton allows users to create secure access to a private network in the cloud or on-premise with Access Server. Access Server is available to deploy directly on various cloud platforms like Amazon AWS, Google GCP, Microsoft Azure, DigitalOcean, and also available as ready-to-deploy virtual appliances for Microsoft HyperV and VMWare ESXi. Alternately, OpenVPN Access Server Virtual Appliance is a full-featured secure network tunneling VPN virtual appliance solution…
$75
per month
Pricing
FatPipe MPVPNOpenVPN Access Server
Editions & Modules
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10 Connections
$75.00
per month
25 Connections
$150.00
per month
50 Connections
$219.00
per month
100 Connections
$300.00
per month
250 Connections
$575.00
per month
500 Connections
$1,095.00
per month
1,000 Connections
$1,560.00
per month
2,000 Connections
$3,100.00
per month
0-2 Connections
Free
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
FatPipe MPVPNOpenVPN Access Server
Free Trial
NoNo
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional DetailsThe first 2 users are free, but there is a 10 user minimum. Price decreases if paid yearly.
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User Ratings
FatPipe MPVPNOpenVPN Access Server
Likelihood to Recommend
10.0
(1 ratings)
8.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
FatPipe MPVPNOpenVPN Access Server
Likelihood to Recommend
FatPipe Networks
If you need multiple ISPs for wan aggregation or site to site failover. This box can tolerate failures of ISPs and sites with less than 1-3 seconds of outage time.
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OpenVPN
We used it to connect our two offices together. It aids in secure file transfer for remote users. Some of the 3rd party software is only allowed to run on specific IP addresses due to the license and this is a way that remote users can utilize that software without being on-site
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Pros
FatPipe Networks
  • Load balancing of ISPs
  • Site to site failover
  • SmartDNS
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OpenVPN
  • Secure
  • Easy setup
  • 2 free users
  • automatic updates
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Cons
FatPipe Networks
  • Could use a training manual.
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OpenVPN
  • some times error logs are not clear
  • Configuring 3rd party apps can sometimes be problematic
  • Limited functionality for iPhone users, but I believe that is due to an apple issue.
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Alternatives Considered
FatPipe Networks
Fatpipe invented SD-WAN over 25 years ago and has been leading the way. Other companies I think have just ridden their coattails.
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OpenVPN
We found OpenVPN to be more cost-effective vs Azure. In addition, it was easier to install, deploy, and manage
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Return on Investment
FatPipe Networks
  • We have lost ISPs without any business disconnections.
  • Business continuity at its best.
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OpenVPN
  • Only 2 free users, it would be nice if they would expand to 5.
  • Easy way to establish a VPN backbone between two locations
  • Great for work at home or BCP events.
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